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While Justice League was mostly a flop (due in part to Superman's weirdly CGI'd face), there was one thing that many fans and nonfans alike could agree on: Ezra Miller is simply delightful as the slightly awkward but nonetheless endearing Barry Allen aka the Flash. Whether it was good writing, Miller's supreme comic timing, or a mixture of both, it's hard to watch the film without feeling at least a little bit charmed by the character. That's why you might be pleased to know a standalone film starring the Flash is, indeed, in the works. The bad news is that it's a ways off. The goods news is we have a bunch of exciting details to satiate your hunger.
Instead of naming the film after the hero (like Wonder Woman and Aquaman, no shade), this project is actually called Flashpoint. It's based on a comic book of the same name that totally changed the DC extended universe as we know it, if you ask Entertainment Weekly.
Flashpoint - Story - Film - Well - Flash
So, what's so crazy about the Flashpoint story that the film is based on? Well, basically, the Flash wakes up in a sort of alternate universe. He doesn't have superspeed any more. His dead mother is suddenly alive. And all of the "heroes" he's come to know are just a bit . . . well, different. It's up to the...
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